Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah: Major General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of Ras Al Khaimah Police, and Major General Sheikh Rashid bin Ahmed Al Mualla, Commander-in-Chief of Umm Al Quwain Police, have received the first dose of the new Covid-19 vaccine.
UAE Police chiefs can be seen receiving the vaccine’s first dose as part of the national programme aiming to protect community members. The priority list includes those working on frontlines.
Major General Al Nuaimi received the first dose of the vaccine, along with many Ras Al Khaimah Police officers in the Al Bait Metwahid Hall. He lauded the efforts of UAE’s wise leadership, the Ministry of Health and Community Protection. Tamouh Health Care Company is providing Covid-19 vaccine doses to all community members in a safe and effective way to curb the infection spread. He called on all police staff, all cadres in vital sectors, and all society members to get vaccinated in an expedited manner.
Major General Sheikh Rashid bin Ahmed Al Mualla, Commander-in-Chief of Umm Al Quwain Police also received the first dose of vaccine against Covid-19, at Al Khazzan Health Center in Umm Al Quwain. He called on all command employees to get the vaccine administered and keep note of their health.
Major General Mohammad Ahmad bin Ghanim Al Kaabi, commander-in-chief of Fujairah Police, also received the first vaccine dose against Covid-19. He said that Covid-19 vaccine will help save lives and reduce infection rate.
Ras Al Khaimah, UAQ and Fujairah Police chiefs are not the first police chiefs in UAE who got the vaccine administered. Major General Saif Ziri Al Shamsi, Commander-in-chief of Sharjah Police took the vaccine last year in October. In December, Major General Maktoum Ali Al Sharifi, Director-General of Abu Dhabi Police, got Covid-19 vaccine administered.